Religious Sights of Toledo, Toledo

Toledo’s religious places will come alive differently for artists and architects, musicians, sculptors and casual visitors, but each of them will be fascinated by picturesque churches, charming chapels and gorgeous cathedrals. Take this tour and see for yourself.
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Religious Sights of Toledo Map

Guide Name: Religious Sights of Toledo
Guide Location: USA » Toledo (See other walking tours in Toledo)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 9
Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 6.6 km
Author: AliceM
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Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral

1) Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral (must see)

Our Lady, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral is the mother church of the 163 parishes in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo. This cathedral is unique architecturally in that it was designed in the Spanish Plateresque style. It was designed with Toledo's Sister City, Toledo, Spain in mind. Finished in 1931, it was built in the spirit of the great European cathedrals of the Middle Ages.

The main facade has a single entry that is recessed in a barrel-vault arch framed by carved...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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First Congregational Church

2) First Congregational Church

First Congregational Church is the oldest parish, founded in Toledo in 1833. Therefore the church has historical importance in addition to spiritual. One of the most beautiful gems of the church is the collection of Early Renaissance stained glass windows. The major aim of the congregation is to worship God according to the New Testament. The church welcomes followers of Jesus Christ and all people with a steady pursuit of truth, who follow new traditions and wish to contribute on a spiritual...   view more
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St. Mark's Episcopal Church

3) St. Mark's Episcopal Church

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church congregation was formed in 1889 by a small group of Episcopalians. The Patron Saint of the church is Saint Mark, one of the Apostles of Christ, the historic author of the second Gospel. The church was built in ‘perpendicular Gothic’ style from plans by Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson, remarkable church architects. St. Mark’s church has two labyrinths. Community Labyrinth was opened in 2001. It’s a traditional seven-circuit labyrinth where you can take a walk...   view more
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Ashland Avenue Baptist Church

4) Ashland Avenue Baptist Church

Ashland Ave Baptist Church is probably one of the most beautiful religious buildings in Toledo. It is a historical structure, protected by the state. The church was built in 1892. The pattern of the building is Romanesque, making it stand out among the others. Formerly there was a school in this building and then it was transformed into a church. The exterior of the church is astonishing. The interior is decorated by marble, stained glass windows with Holy Faces and painted ceilings. The church...   view more
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St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church

5) St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church

St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church is the second oldest Lutheran church in Toledo. It was founded on the 1st of September, 1857. The Patron Saint of the church is Saint Paul – one of the 12 Apostles; his epistles constitute a significant part of the New Testament. In 1982 St. Paul’s church celebrated its 125th birthday. On this occasion the social room of the church was renewed. This room is a space used for meetings, banquets and a place for fellowship before and after services of...   view more
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Trinity Episcopal Church

6) Trinity Episcopal Church

Trinity Episcopal Church is a Christian church in Toledo. It is so named in honor of the Saint Trinity: God-Father, God-Son, and Holy Spirit. The two distinct styles of worship are offered: modern and classical. The liturgy at 10:00 a.m. is the church's assay-mark: it lasts an hour and a half and includes singing and sermon. The church welcomes you if you are searching for truth and justice, if you want to know more about God and if you are trying to understand the holy words of the Bible....   view more
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St. Louis Catholic Church

7) St. Louis Catholic Church

Saint Louis Church is a Roman Catholic Church in Toledo and a non-profit organization. The Patron Saint of the church is King St. Louis IX - the only canonized French monarch, considered to be a model of a truly Christian king. The founder of Saint Louis Church is Rev. Robert Armstrong. He had a dream of helping the poor and underprivileged, which is why in 1981 St. Louis parishioners opened their doors. ‘Helping hands’ of St. Louis provides meals, clothes, shoes, blankets and a...   view more
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St. Mark Lutheran Church

8) St. Mark Lutheran Church

St. Mark Lutheran Church is a church in Toledo that provides worships in two different styles: a traditional singing of hymns at 8:30 a.m. with organ music and contemporary services at 10:45 a.m. led by a band and a praise choir. The church provides shelter to the homeless. It also has Sunday school for all ages and a Welcome Centre where you can always find somebody who will show you around the church or find information about church programs. Like all Christians, the parishioners of St. Mark...   view more
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Good Shepherd Catholic Church

9) Good Shepherd Catholic Church

Good Shepherd Church is a church in Toledo and a member of Emmaus Cluster with St. Louis and St. Thomas Aquinas churches. In 1872 many members of one church of Toledo lived on the east side of the river, while the church was on the west side. For those living on the east side, it was a problem to reach the church, so they launched a petition to Bishop Gilmour in order to obtain permission to organize a separate church. Permission was granted and the Good Shepherd Church was organized. The parish...   view more

Walking Tours in Toledo, Ohio

Create Your Own Walk in Toledo

Create Your Own Walk in Toledo

Creating your own self-guided walk in Toledo is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Old West End Historic Tour

Old West End Historic Tour

If you want to visit the place which has kept alive the spirit of fine 19th century architecture, to witness a life of glamor and elegance, and to experience the style and wealth of the mighty of this world, then the Old West End neighborhood in Toledo is your final destination. Go ahead and explore the living demonstration of style, grace and beauty!

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.2 km
Art Galleries and Museums Tour in Toledo

Art Galleries and Museums Tour in Toledo

Toledo is a city with an impressive number of public art places, museums and local art galleries. Paintings, sculpture, glass art, ceramics and jewelry, wooden art items, graphics and much more. Every year the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo (ACGT) organizes an Art Walk through the galleries of the Arts Zone and Warehouse District in downtown Toledo. Get involved in this world of color splashes. Take the following walking tour - you won't regret it.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.9 km